Panorama Festival 2013 presents a intense programme this weekend, occupying several spaces in the city. The national premiere of Bruno Beltrão and Grupo de Rua de Niterói with CRACKz, at Teatro João Caetano, and Olivia Grandville presents Le cabaret discrépant, at Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes. Panoraminha brings Elisabete Finger’s show Buraco, at Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto.

CRACKz discuss the status that a work of art still hold in the digital era. In their most recent work, Bruno Beltrão and Grupo de Rua de Niterói celebrate the process of cultural diffusion made easier by new information technologies. At Teatro João Caetano, 20h.

On Saturday and Sunday, november 2 and 3, Olivia Grandville does in Le cabaret discrépant  a tribute to a group of young utopians that founded the movement Lettrism, in the 1940’s: the poets Isidore Isou, Gabriel Pommerand, François Dufrêne e Maurice Lemaître. At Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes, 20h.

Conceived specially to the young ones, Buraco puts on stage three performers that take off for an adventure, piercing large and small, green and dark, noisy and silent landscapes. At Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto, 17h.

The tickets to see the premiere of  CRACKz can be purchased here. Olivia Grandville’s piece are on sale only at the Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes’ box office of  (learn more here).  To see Elisabete Finger’s Buraco, buy here.

Photo: Mathilde Molla

CRACKz, Bruno Beltrão and Grupo de Rua de Niterói
Date:
november 1
Time:
20h
Place:
Teatro João Caetano
Age rating:
10 years
Tickets:
R$20,00 (R$10,00 half price)

Le cabaret discrépant, Olivia Grandville
Date: november 2 and 3
Time: 20h
Place: Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes
Age rating: All ages
Tickets: R$20,00 (R$10,00 half price)

Buraco, Elisabete Finger
Date: november 2 and 3
Time: 17h
Place: Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto
Age rating: Specially recommended
Tickets: R$20,00 (R$10,00 half price)